District Nagrik Baichara Samiti meeting conducted

ITANAGAR, Nov 15: Issues concerning proper functioning of schools, vehicle parking and replacement of CCTV at Check Gate at Khola Camp were discussed during the second meeting of the District Nagrik Baichara Samiti held at the office chamber of the Yupia, Papumpare district Superintendent of Police, Tumme Amo on Wednesday last.
Addressing the participants, Chairman Tumme Amo put forth the suggestion to visit schools by the members. During the visit, the members would interact with the students on the evils of drug abuse, rash driving, thefts, elopement by underage students and other social evils. Stating that bookish knowledge is not enough for nation building without sense of morality, honesty, sincerity, patriotism, Amo asked the members to educate the students and youths on such topics also.
BDO-cum-Chairman Nyedar Namlo Doimukh, Nangbia Taya said that formation of the Samiti is a good initiative wherein the police in cooperation with members can inform students about laws. He further stressed that the use of mobile phone by underage students within the school compound and during class must be restricted.
Doimukh Bazar President, Tana Agul pointed out the problem of traffic congestion at Doimukh market area in the evening hours due to haphazard parking of vehicle and appealed to the authorities to look into the matter.
Yupia SP further directed Doimukh PS OC to detail personnel to regulate traffic by allowing only one side parking and earmark ‘No Parking zone’ by putting board etc.
Former ZPM, Bamang Yayu also sought immediate deployment of police personnel at Kakoi OP. She informed that unknown persons from Assam throng Kakoi area for merry making at River Kakoi as road has been opened creating public nuisance.
Doimukh Student Union Former President, Tana Domin Tara suggested that the dwellers of Khola Camp area may be exempted from regular checking by police at Khola camp check gate as they have to commute daily within the area.
In the meeting, all the Officers-in-charge have been directed to conduct surprise checking and to take stern action against those who organize illegal gambling while, the SP assured to replace CCTV at check gates with high resolution night vision CCTV soon.